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African Football Shorts-Essie Mbeyu,Moving the goal posts team member,Kenya  
20 Jun 10
Kenya
African Football Shorts-Dominic Pascoe,football fan,Cape Town  
20 Jun 10
Cape Town
African Football Shorts-Austin Ishatayo,parasoccer player,Lagos  
20 Jun 10
Lagos
African Football Shorts-Abdul Mohamed,Video Hall Owner,Nairobi  
20 Jun 10
Nairobi
8 Goals for Africa  
15 Jun 10

8 Goals for Africa
Promoting Green Building Rating in Africa  
31 May 10
Nairobi, Kenya
Promoting Green Building Rating in Africa Press Conference
State of the World Cities 2010/2011 Launch  
31 May 10
Nairobi, Kenya
State of the World Cities 2010/2011 Launch
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene intervention in Korogocho Slums, Nairobi, Kenya  
10 May 10
Nairobi, Kenya
The initiative is being implemented in 11 primary schools. Water supply and hand wash have been completed and handed over to at least six of the respective schools.
World Urban Forum 5 Wrap-up  
5 May 10
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
World Urban Forum 5
Brazil feature - by standard group kenya  
6 Apr 10
Rio de Janeiro
The world's mega-cities are merging to form vast "mega-regions" which may stretch hundreds of kilometers across countries and be home to more than 100 million people. According to a UN report the phenomenon is likely to be one of the most significant developments and problems of the urban world in the next 50 years. World leaders meeting in Brazil to chart a way forward for the worlds urban centers heard that the growth of mega-regions and cities is also leading to unprecedented urban sprawl, new slums, unbalanced development and income inequalities as more and more people move to urban centers. Beatrice Marshall has just returned from Brazil, one of the worlds most unequal countries and finds out how the government is striving to bridge the divide between its urban rich and urban poor.
 
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